Why should the wife and child of a hero stay in shelters? Why doesn't the government keep its promise? Why should a child's and a woman's rewards be a hero of oppression? Had Commander Ahmed been alive, he might have contained dozens of attacks and saved dozens. In eight years of courageous work, he proved his championship. He worked much more than a commander. The offspring of officials, those who have not participated in any battles, become generals and colonels, but a hero who fought on numerous fronts and defended dozens of suicide and group attacks has remained in Bridman's rank for years, eventually saving his people.